Webster 1913 Edition
Partaking of the same nature; allied by natural characteristics; kindred; sympathetic.
Congenialsouls! whose life one avarice joins.
Naturally adapted; suited to the disposition;“Congenial clime.”
congenialatmosphere to work in
C. J. Fox.
To defame the excellence with which it has no sympathy . . . is its
Webster 1828 Edition
1.Partaking of the same genus, kind or nature; kindred; cognate; as congenial souls.
2.Belonging to the nature; natural; agreeable to the nature; usually followed by to; as, this severity is not congenial to him.
3.Natural; agreeable to the nature; adapted; as a soil congenial to a plant.